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... from two words, RO and KA. The meaning of the first word is hearth, a gathering place where people socialize and take in the ambience; the latter stands for a burning fire and projecting energy." Chef Roman Petry and his team plated up some seriously good grub for Trace & I to hoover down. The feast began with our first two tasting plates of grilled scallops and Berkshire pork belly. Like one of Pavlov's dogs we drooled at the sight and smell of our first ...
... about what it was like to grow up in China, especially when the Japanese invaded during World War II. Sue's mom was seven-years-old and the time and she remembers grabbing her younger sister and whatever food they could and running for their lives into the woods outside of their village. She said she never actually saw the Japanese, they would hide until it was all clear and quiet. She said when they returned, they found everything ...
... beach to check out the huge rollers that were crashing on the shore. I'm not sure the photos really do them justice but there was a "Hazardous Beach Statement" in effect. We sat in the sand listening to the waves and watching the sun go down. We found a Mexican place for supper in Half Moon Bay, which couldn't hold a candle to "Amigos" in Saskatoon, then made our way back to San Francisco and our lovely soft hotel room bed. It's 9:05 pm but we are done in and calling it a ...
... Barbeque. It was pretty tasty. We then continued to walk around Westfield before heading back out into the street to explore. We stopped on the way home and got a few groceries. Bags to line our bi. To turn it into an esky. Some cereal and milk for breakfast, paper bowls, some cheese for my jatz, coke and some southern and some filtered water. We then carted our groceries home and got our make-ship esky sorted. We then had a lounge in the room before heading downstairs to ask for ...
... as I am huffing and puffing too much) and we come to the top of Lombard Street. This is the world's curviest/windiest street and very entertaining to watch the cars negotiate their way down. Back and forth they go. Seems every tourist driving a car lines up to travel down this street and I can't blame them as I would too.
A walk back through the shops of North Beach and we were back to our apartment. Tired and footsore. A bath and bed sounded good!